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Fuji Xerox Launches its First Monochrome Digital Multifunction Devices

Fuji Xerox Launches its First Monochrome Digital Multifunction Devices

ApeosPort-IV 5070 /4070 / 3070 and DocuCentre-IV 5070 / 4070 series enhance productivity, environmentally sound

SINGAPORE - Fuji Xerox Asia Pacific announces the launch of the new digital monochrome multifunction devices (MFDs), the ApeosPort-IV 5070 /4070 / 3070 and DocuCentre-IV 5070 / 4070 series. The new series combines cost efficiency, enhanced network security and environmental benefits with copy and print speeds of 35 / 45 / 55 pages per minute (ppm) respectively to help increase office worker productivity.

Developed utilising an open architecture technology, the ApeosPort-IV 5070 / 4070 / 3070 enables businesses to further streamline their document capturing processes with advanced processing that helps automate business workflows and minimise human errors that can be costly.

The highly modular ApeosPort-IV 5070 series multifunction devices give today’s fast-paced office environments a critical productivity advantage. Daily tasks become more efficient, while intensive workplace processes are optimised with customisable workflow solutions to suit unique business requirements.

ApeosPort-IV 5070 / 4070 / 3070 and DocuCentre-IV 5070 / 4070 expand on the technologies of a standard monochrome MFD with optimised office efficiency and enhanced environmental features including:

  • Top energy-saving performance in its class with lower Typical Electricity Consumption (TEC) compared to former MFDs.
  • Monochrome and color scan speed up to 70 images per minute (A4 long-edge feed, simplex).
  • USB memory slot (Scan to USB and direct printing from USB) can be utilized on the user interface.
  • Realizing further energy saving by using light-emitting diodes (LED) as light source for a scanning unit and a liquid crystal control panel.


Fuji Xerox’s first monochrome MFD with ‘Smart Energy Management Technology’

The new ApeosPort-IV 5070 / 4070 / 3070 and DocuCentre-IV 5070 / 4070 series is equipped with the new ‘Smart Energy Management Technology’, which enables power to be distributed to areas for actual utilization when a device recovers from the energy-saving mode.

With optimized control of recovery in just two seconds, the technology allows users to reduce power consumption without compromising convenience as well as reduces start-up sound to keep office noise at its minimum.

High speed and powerful processor

The new ApeosPort-IV 5070 / 4070 / 3070 and DocuCentre-IV 5070 / 4070 deliver optimal scanning process with a high-speed of 70 ppm and the option to compress the scanned data, and digitalize it in various file formats depending on purposes. This significantly help in reducing print volume for circulars and distributions as these digital files can be stored on PCs or USB flash memories, or sent as email attachments.

The scanner uses an LED lamp to reduce power consumption by approximately 80 percent without having to compromise the image quality of scanned data both for color and monochrome.

The new series is also equipped with a powerful 1.2-gigahertz Freescale processor. This enables users to simultaneously perform multiple tasks more efficiently regardless of a scan job while another job prints or send a fax while making copies.

Printing on the move

The new ApeosPort-IV 5070 / 4070 / 3070 and DocuCentre-IV 5070 / 4070 are compatible with mobile printing for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Users can print web pages, contact addresses, and photos saved on the iOS device. DocuWorks, Fuji Xerox’s document handling software, and PDF documents can also be printed from a document viewer application such as DocuWorks Viewer Light for iPhone/iPad, making it ideal for businesses with a mobile workforce looking for more flexible printing options.

Security at every level

Security is an important factor and these new devices provide optimum security, delivering ease of use to offices that manage confidential documents. With Secure Print, print jobs are being held in the print queue until the user is authenticated, preventing unauthorised viewers from seeing documents. Image Overwrite compliments this security feature by clearing all trace of any document image data remaining on the hard drive after a print, copy, scan or fax job (when enabled).

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